Three down, five more to go.
It ain't like they don't know, I want 'em to get their things and go.
I'm sick of all these people that can't speak to me, unless they've found something to drink.
Cold cup of coffee is on the windowpane, where it's been since you left yesterday.
Next thing I knew I was under you, with your worn out shoes next to my boots.

Maybe we no longer know who we're supposed to be
Feelings aren't cheap around here
Somehow everyone finds 'em for free
Trains loaded with slow as much as coal, haul the mile home
while you two spoke.
And I dunno who you are anymore, what ya'll want, what you're lookin' for.

[chorus (2x)]

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The South Has Spoiled Me Lyrics as written by David V. Moore Adam J. Rubenstein

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    not alot of people have heard this song which is a shame as its a wonderful piece. for my it symbolises moving on in your life, and putting an end to the past and facing forward, kinda like a swansong to a relationship that you can't face anymore as you can no longer relate to the person and its like your dating someone else as you are no longer feeling understood. in any compilation cd's i make this song always goes last.

    Elliotton August 27, 2002   Link
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    this song is aaaaamaaaaaaaaazzzzing.... to me, this is when chamberlain really became chamberlain and set themselves in to the new style of writing. im so glad the lyrics are up here, there are parts of this song ive been trying to figure out for years

    Le_Nightingaleon August 29, 2002   Link

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